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Luapula Province, Zambia. Photo Robin Hammond/Panos. August 2010
27 October 2015

Scotland is More Prosperous than England According to a New Legatum Institute Study

The Legatum Institute’s new ‘Geography of Prosperity’ index finds Scotland is more prosperous than England based on average income per person along with how happy they feel.

14 October 2015

The Legatum Institute Congratulates Professor Angus Deaton on Nobel Prize For Economics

The Legatum Institute is delighted that Professor Angus Deaton, Princeton University Professor of Economics and International Affairs has been awarded the 2015 Nobel Prize in Economics.

11 September 2015

The Legatum Institute Appoints Alexandra Mousavizadeh to its Senior Team

The Legatum Institute, an international think tank and educational charity based in London, today announced the appointment of Alexandra Mousavizadeh as Director of Indices.

20 August 2015

The Legatum Institute Appoints Jane Siebels As a Trustee

LONDON—The Legatum Institute, an international think tank and educational charity based in London, today announced the appointment of Jane Siebels to its board of trustees.

11 May 2015

The Legatum Institute Appoints Richard Briance As a Trustee

LONDON—The Legatum Institute, an international think tank and educational charity based in London, today announced the appointment of Richard Briance to its board of trustees.

30 April 2015

Economic Growth Alone Will Not Make Britain a More Prosperous Country

New poll for the Legatum Institute reveals health and public safety are more important to voters than rising GDP.

14 March 2015

Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova: Corruption and Challenges of Democracy

Corruption has defeated governments of all stripes in countries across the former communist world. As the people of Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova struggle to rebuild their states, what contribution can the West can make?

21 January 2015

Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova: Corruption and Challenges of Democracy

Corruption has defeated governments of all stripes in countries across the former communist world. As the people of Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova struggle to rebuild their states, what contribution can the West can make?